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        JAPAN DAY BY DAY

      1917. MORSE, Edward S. JAPAN DAY BY DAY: 1877, 1878-79, 1882-83. Boston: Mifflin Company, Cambridge: The University Press, 1917. First edition. Two volumes: xiv, [2], 441; [6], 453 pp. Illustrated with a color frontispiece in each volume and throughout with many b&w text illustrations by the author. Large 8vo., grey pictorial cloth, t.e.g. An almost perfect set both volumes still have the original publisher's dust- jackets. The jackets have a small bit of loss at crowns and edges and are faded on the spines Always a desirable title, this copy is especially interesting due of the presence of both original jackets and the heretofore unseen slipcase. Rare thus.

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        FINISHED ..

      New York: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1917.. Octavo, pp. [i-vi] vii-ix [x-xii] [1] 2-399 [400: printer's imprint] [401-402: ads] [403-404: blank] [note: last leaf is a blank], inserted frontispiece with color illustration by A. C. Michael, original decorated red cloth, front panel stamped in blind, spine panel stamped in gold, rear panel ruled in blind. First U.S. edition. An Allan Quatermain novel. Third book of a trilogy, preceded by MARIE (1912) and CHILD OF STORM (1913). Bleiler (1978), p. 90. Scott 68A. Whatmore F44.6.a. A fine copy in very good pictorial dust jacket (front panel reproduces the color frontispiece illustration by A. C. Michael) with light wear along top and bottom edges, some shallow loss at spine ends, and several short closed tears at edges. A nice example of this colorful jacket. (#152662)

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        The Motion Picture Boys

      Saalfield, 1917 The complete series of the five books of the Motion Picture Comrades books from the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Rare in the Motion Picture Boys jackets from 1917. Five volumes, very good in very good dust jackets, comes with a custom-made collector's slipcase.. 5th or later Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good.

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        Typed Letter Signed

      New York: np, 1917. First edition. Very Good. REMARKABLE AND IMPASSIONED LETTER BY ROOSEVELT ON THE MORAL RESPONSIBILITY OF AMERICANS TO ENTER THE FIRST WORLD WAR. The letter, typed on Roosevelt's Metropolitan Office stationery and dated January 8, 1917, is addressed to Judge Daniel J. Kenefick, the Chairman of the Committee of Protest on Enslavement of Belgians and Poles and reads in full: My dear Judge Kenefick: I wish I could be present at the Buffalo meeting to speak on behalf of the Belgians and Poles, and against their enslavement. As that is impossible, may I, through you, express my deep sympathy with your meeting and its purpose. This nation owes it to itself to refuse to be neutral between right and wrong. Our prime duty, of course, is the duty of self-defense, the duty of protecting the honor and the interest of this country, and of guaranteeing our own people against wrong. But second only to this duty, comes the duty of making our views heard, and, if possible, our weight felt, on the side of righteousness and against iniquity in international affairs. We are false to the memory of the great Americans of the past, if we sit by with our hands folded, and fail to make an effective protest when such hideous enormities are practiced as those practiced by Germany in Belgium. I believe that similar deeds have been done in Poland, but as regards the Belgians, and as regards the men and women deported from northern France, we have not had merely ample, but minute information. These men and women in northern France have been sent into state slavery in Germany, and over 100,000 Belgians have suffered the same fate. They are sent to Germany so that by their labor they are aiding Germans in killing their fellow country-men. No such infamy has been perpetrated in any war between civilized powers for over two centuries. It is for us, as the largest neutral nation, to remember that when neutrals fail to protest against action of this kind, they become accomplices in wrong-doing. A private individual, who sees some powerful law breaker knock down a helpless woman or child, and who himself makes no protest and no effort at rescue of any kind, is rightly regarded as being tainted in some manner with the crime. Exactly the same kind of condemnation should be meted out to this nation for not having interfered to the extent of its power, in the effort to prevent the hideous iniquity that has just been perpetrated. I am very glad that this meeting of protest has been called. Sincerely yours, [signed] Theodore Roosevelt January, 1917, was a critical time in the evolution of US opinion over the war in Europe. As late as January 22, 1917, President Wilson argued, in his "peace without victory" address, that the US should not engage in military action. However, "Germany's decision to begin unrestricted submarine warfare in February 1917 ended Wilson's pursuit of impartial U.S. neutrality... and in mid-March 1917, when German submarines sank three U.S. ships, Wilson was forced to make a choice. No longer able to remain at peace and protect the nation's maritime and commercial interests, Wilson led the United States into the European conflict shortly after the inauguration of his second term. At a special session of the new Congress on 2 April 1917, denouncing Germany's autocratic government and its submarine warfare, he called for war to liberate all nations from this threat, including the Germans themselves. He proclaimed that 'the world must be made safe for democracy.' Four days later, Congress declared war against Germany" (American National Biography). Roosevelt, in this letter, powerfully argues for US involvement on moral grounds, and reveals much about his philosophy with regard to one nation's responsibility to the suffering people of another nation. New York: January 8, 1917. Quarto, two pages (typed on rectos only) on Roosevelt's Metropolitan letterhead. Signed in full in ink and with numerous manuscript corrections in Roosevelt's hand. Expected folds, otherwise fine. ROOSEVELT LETTERS WITH SUCH EXTRAORDINARY CONTENT ARE VERY RARE.

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        Frauenbad" originales Ölgemälde auf Spanplatte ca.62x76cm; unten rechts signiert und datiert 1917 [Maße im dekorativen wie der Szenerie angemessenem Rahmen 80x95cm. Die Rückseite ebenfalls bemalt.]

      - "Ladies' bath" original oil painting on wooden panel approx.62x76cm; bottom right signed and dated "1917" [Dimensions of the decorative frame 80x95cm. Backside even painted, I prefer the front.] Luft- und sonnenbadenden Frauen an einem kleinen künstlich angelegtem Teich, umgeben von einer Mauer und Schatten spendenden Bäumen, damit das ewig Weibliche sich an- und ausziehe und naturbade, vor neugierigen Blicken geschützt. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        \"Das neue Berlin\" - \"Zur Ägyptischen Finsternis\". Original Tuschezeichnung unter beigem Schrägschnittpassepartout.

      Wohl Berlin 1917 Blattgröße: 245 x 193 mm. Loses Blatt, Bildgröße: ca. 203 x 167 mm (Im weißen Rand minimale Verfärbungen von einer früheren Montage, sonst gut.) \"Klaus Carl Friedrich Richter (geb. 25. Januar 1887 in Berlin; gest. 3. Januar 1948 ebenda) war ein deutscher Maler und Schriftsteller. Richter war Sohn eines Arztes und studierte in Mailand und München Philosophie und Sprachen, bevor er sich der Malerei zuwandte. In Paris studierte er anatomisches Zeichnen bei seinem Onkel Robert Richter und wurde dann Schüler von Lovis Corinth in Berlin, wo er auch die Bekanntschaft von Magnus Zeller machte, mit dem er ab 1911 ein gemeinsames Atelier unterhielt. Ebenfalls ab 1911 stellte Richter bei der Berliner Sezession aus. Gleichzeitig arbeitete er auch als Schriftsteller, war ein Jahr lang Schauspieler bei Max Reinhardt und schuf Bühnenbilder für den frühen Stummfilm. Ab 1919 lehrte er an der Kunstgewerbeschule in Berlin-Charlottenburg, 1922 wurde er dann Professor an der Kunstakademie Königsberg, wo er auch an der Universität Vorlesungen hielt. Ab 1927 war er Professor an der Berliner Hochschule für Bildende Künste.Er war ab 1929 Mitglied und von 1937 bis zu seiner Absetzung durch Joseph Goebbels 1940 sowie 1946/47 Vorsitzender des Vereins Berliner Künstler. 1940 erhielt er den Auftrag, ein Porträt von Hermann Göring anzufertigen, das allerdings nie abgeliefert wurde. Bei den Sitzungen in der >Wolfsschanze< entstand auch ohne Auftrag sein künstlerisch bemerkenswertes Porträtgemälde von Adolf Hitler (1941), das in zwei nahezu identischen Versionen erhalten ist. Das Werk stellt den Diktator jenseits der offiziellen Propaganda apathisch und zusammengesunken mit leerem Blick dar. (...) Zu seinen Schülern zählte unter anderen Rudi Lesser.\" (vgl. Wikipedia).Original-Tuschezeichnung von Klaus Richter auf Papier, signiert und datiert 1917 im unteren Bildrand rechts, mittig unten im Bild bezeichnet: \"Zur Ägyptischen Finsternis\" und unter dem Bild im weißen Rand benannt: \"10. Das neue Berlin\". Rechts unten im weißen Rand ein weiterer kleiner Vermerk Richters mit rotem Stift. - Original drawing, black indian ink on paper, signed. Very good. - Unikat. - RFM. Original-Tuschezeichnung - Weitere Bilder auf Anfrage oder auf unserer Homepage. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung [Originalgraphik - Expressionismus - Berlin - Originalgraphik Tuschezeichnung Expressionismus Kunst Illustration Handzeichnung Berlin Preußen Unikat]

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        Um den Rosenstein

      Widmung "Zur Erinnerung an Weihnachten 1917", Seiten sind altersentsprechend nachgedunkelt und fleckig, Text gut zu lesen,einzelne Blätter lose und rissig

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        The Complete Writings of O. Henry.

      NY: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1917. - THE MEMORIAL EDITION SIGNED. 14 vols., 9" x 6-3/8", illustrated by Gordon Grant, signed by the publisher Doubleday. Bound in 3/4 green morocco, ribbed gilt decorated spines, top edges gilt, others uncut, head and foot of spines fine, inner and outer hinges fine, a VERY GOOD set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Handbook of China Proper. Vol II: Kiangsu.

      Naval Staff Intelligence Divisio, 1917. 8° , Leinen C.B. 437. Copy 146. 640 pp. With 17 plates and 18 plans, without the separate maps and plans. A good and rare copy. Versand D: 5,00 EUR China

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        [Op. 22]. Vier Lieder op. 22 für Gesang und Orchester Vereinfachte Studier- und Dirigierpartitur (Hiezu ein Vorwort). [Short score]

      Wien... Leipzig: Universal-Edition [PN U.E. 6060], 1917. First Edition, first issue of the complete cycle. Rare. Rufer (Engl.) pp. 40-41. Ringer p. 314. Tetsuo Satoh pp. 15-16. According to the website of the Arnold Schönberg Center, Vienna, the second issue (1920) is printed on paper of better quality and slightly larger format (259 x 337 mm vs. 264 x 337 mm). The second of the songs, "Alle, welche die suchen," was published previously in the avant-garde periodical Zeit-Echo: Ein Kriegs-Tagebuch der Künstler, vol. 14 (Munich-Berlin: Graphik-Verlag, 1915), pp. 206-09. The Four Songs of op. 22 were Schoenberg's last composition before his seven-year hiatus as a composer, which ended only with his development of dodecaphony. They are set to texts by Ernest Dowson (1867-1900), in German translation by Stefan George (1868-1933) and Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926). The title does not specify a register for the vocal part, but a soprano is implied. "Schoenberg's 'simplified score for study and conducting' is supposed to resemble, in its appearance, a piano reduction for two or four--if necessary, also for six or eight--hands... The simplified notation of an orchestral score, however, is not the result of a [similar] simplification of the orchestra... The fact that similar sonorities are written in completely different ways makes reading more difficult, and Schoenberg never reverted to this manner of notation." Agnes Grond, website of the Arnold Schönberg Center, Vienna.. Oblong folio. Original publisher's green printed wrappers. [i] (title), [ii] (table of contents: the four songs with credits for their texts and specification of performing forces), [iii]-[iv] (preface by Schoenberg), 5-16 pp. Printed footnote to first page of each song (pp. 5, 10, 12-left corner; p. 15-right corner) and with "Stich und Druck von F.M. Geidel, Leipzig" to right of p. 5. Titling of upper wrapper identical with title. The preface, "Die vereinfachte Studier- und Dirigier-Partitur," explains the experimental layout of the score, which is basically a short score. Browned; slightly worn; dampstained at upper margin; to center of upper edge.

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        Exceptional photo by Speaight, signed "David" and dated, (1894-1972, King of Great Britain, Later the Duke of Windsor)

      1917 - also signed in pencil by the photographer, showing him head and shoulders in half profile, wearing uniform with his cap and Sam Browne belt, 5½" x 3½", no place A rare example of Edward VIII using his family name "David", this photo must have been a gift to a close friend or family member. From a Royal Collection.

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        [Photo Album]: Mount Alison Ladies College

      Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada. 1917-1920. Oblong octavo measuring 6" x 8". String-tied black cloth over flexible paper boards with "photographs" stamped on the front board. Contains 62 sepia-toned or black and white gelatin silver photographs measuring around 2.5" x 3" and 3.5" x 5.5" with captions. Very good album with worn edges, some detached pages, and tears with near fine photographs.A photo album kept by a woman while attending Mount Allison Ladies College. The photos in this album are from the years 1917-1920. Throughout the album there are group photos of the faculty and students around campus as well as candid images of the women. These include girl's posing in the gymnasium, participating in a marching drill on the campus grounds, and in various costumes. One photo from November 1917 shows a girl posing with a gun, another shows two women pretending to get married with one dressed as a groom and the other a bride, and a variety of Halloween costumes. The girls are also seen cuddling in bed together in their pajamas and posing with school pennants. There are also group photos of the graduating classes of 1918 and 1919 with girls in full graduation cap and gown. One section of photos shows the "Lawn Drill" which was a favorite part of the closing exercises and involved the girls marching and forming shapes on a field with their bodies. Towards the end of the album there are photos of men in World War I with images of men in uniform and one of two men posing by a canon. Beginning in 1854 the "Ladies College" was formed as a branch of the Mount Allison Boy's Academy in Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada. An editorial written by Mary Electa Adams, a teacher at Mount Allison in 1855, discussed how instead of the normal method of teaching women Mount Allison's programs aimed at "producing women of intellectual Vigour." Adams felt that "women needed and deserved a rigorous academic program." The college was the first in the British Empire to award women a bachelor's degree. An interesting collection of photographs depicting a young woman's education during World War I. .

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        Hotel St.Gotthard Zurich.

      Zürich J.E. Wolfensberger 1917. - Farblitographie auf Papier. Blattgrösse: 127 x 91 cm.

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        Der Spaziergang

      Frauenfeld & Leipzig: Huber & Co, 1917. First edition. Bookplate, spine sunned, hinges tender. Small 12mo, 85pp; boards. A mixed issue, with the erroneous credit to Karl Walser for the cover image at the copyright page, and a tipped-in slip correcting the credit to Otto Baumberger. With the handsome Jugendstil bookplate of Josef Fischl on the front pastedown.

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        Are You 100% American? Prove it!; Buy U.S. Government Bonds, Third Liberty Loan

      Sackett & Wilhelms Cor. N.Y. 1917 - Poster. Lithograph. Page measures 30" x 20" This WWI poster features black lettering framed with a red border and flanked on the top and bottom with American insignia such as an eagle and flags. The design is symmetrical and aesthetically pleasing, as well as strikingly patriotic. This poster is in very good condition and is mounted on bristol board with an acetate cover. Scarce.

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        The Writings of Autograph Edition [general title]

      Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin, (1917), 1917. First edition, number 248 of 500 numbered copies signed by Wiggin. BAL 22679, issue A.. In fine condition.. 10 vols, 8vo, original dark green buckram, black leather labels, gilt lettering. Color frontispieces and illustrations. An ex-library copy, with the remnants of bookplates carefully removed from the paste-downs, but no other markings; this set appears never to have been read or used. In 1923 Houghton Mifflin bound up some copies of Wiggin's My Garden of Memory, An Autobiography, to accompany sets of The Writings, making an eleventh volume, but it is not always present. See BAL 22689.

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        Appley Dapply's Nursery Rhymes.

      London: Frederick Warne and Co., [1917] - Sextodecimo. Original green boards, titles to front cover and spine in red, with illustrated label to centre of front cover, pictorial endpapers. Ownership inscription to head of front free endpaper, another erased to verso. Spine very lightly faded, slight bumps to extremities, a couple of light pencil marks; an excellent copy. With frontispiece and 14 illustrations. First edition, first impression. Linder p. 430; Quinby 23. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Belaia staia [White Flock] Belaya Staya

      Giperborei, Hiperborei, Petrograd 1917 - A good, tight copy in original fragile printed wrappers. Small piece missing to lower corner, spine a little chipped, faint cup-ring to upper cover, two small holes to lower cover. Usual browning to paper. ; First edition of Akhmatova&#146;s third collection of poetry.; 136[viii]pp pages [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        [Photo Album]: Album of British Nurse, 1917-1931

      1917-1931. Oblong small quarto. String-tied gray card covers with "Photographs" in darker gray ink on front wrap. 89 black and white or sepia-toned gelatin silver images. Various sizes, mostly between 1.75" x 2.5" and 2.5" x 3.5", with some larger. Well-captioned images. Ownership "name" ("Myself") on front wrap, two images lacking (but the album is unpillaged), else near fine. Album created by a British nurse, first caring for invalided soldiers in WWI and then continuing on during her service at various private homes and public hospitals. Although the photographs are well-dated, they are not laid out strictly chronologically. The earliest seem to be devoted to her tenure at Torbay Hospital in (confusingly) Torquay in South Devon between 1917 and 1918 caring for soldiers (the current Torbay Hospital was built in 1925, so presumably this was an impromptu hospital set-up for war service). Afterwards it seems that she might have worked as a private nurse on a number of estates (Sherrington Manor and others), at Beach Hill Nursing Home in Barnstable (where she is seen holding babies), and finally ending up at Golden Square Throat Hospital in London. A good number of the pictures are of the compiler and other nurses in their uniforms, some with recovering soldiers. Others are of her traveling, in a bathing costume, and near the end in 1929 in a bridal gown. Also included are a few pictures of Golden Square Throat Hospital and its staff, as well as a few "photostrip" images of the compiler, some taken at Selfridge's. While the compiler has identified many of those in the album, she has not identified herself. A little research and some triangulation could certainly result in a possible positive identification of the compiler. A pleasing album with good quality images and which is nicely subject specific. .

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        Parnassus on Wheels

      J.B. Lippincott Company, New York, Philadelphia, Toronto 1917 - Later Lippincott edition broadly SIGNED and INSCRIBED by the author on the front free endpaper with the inscription, "And signed for [name] with best wishes from Christopher Morley," dated May 20, 1944. Beautiful signature sits large and prominent amid inscription and date. Though this edition may not be so rare, the author's signature is exceptionally scarce in any edition let alone in such a compelling presentation. Both the book and the jacket are in beautiful shape with very little wear except for some moisture damage. As for the jacket, the moisture has caused some darkening to the spine, but there is no associated puckering or misshaping. The jacket sits flush with no tears or shelf wear, though the inside of the jacket has been dyed red in places along the spine from the moisture. The book itself is clean and crisp with no writing or marks of any kind. The bright red boards are flat and true with no corner or edge damage, though there is some slight discoloration or fading along the spine from moisture as well. This scarce copy comes protected with an archival mylar dust jacket cover. Satisfaction guaranteed! [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The King of Hedjaz and Arab Independence: With a Facsimile of the Proclamation of June 27, 1916. Together with the Proclamation issued at Baghdad by Lieut.-General Sir Stanley Maude, after the occupation of that city by the British Forces

      London: Hayman, Christy & Lilly, Ltd,. 1917. First. First edition. Small octavo. 14, [2]pp., frontispiece portrait of King Hussein, folding facsimile of the Proclamation. Stapled printed wrappers. Corners of wrappers slightly bumped, else near fine. Important publication of the Proclamation. OCLC seems to locate no copies in the U.S. .

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        The Human Drift

      Mac Millan & Co, New York 1917 - [i-viii]+1-108+109-110]+111-151+[152-154]+155-184+[8 ad] pages frontispiece. Small octavo (7 3/4" x 5 1/2"). Issued in brick red cloth with gilt lettering to spine. This is a variant binding (BAL 11972) with front cover lettered in gilt rather in black as noted in BAL 11972. (Sisson & Martens, 92) First edition of one of the smaller publisher runs of 3056 copies. An eclectic mix of his short stories like "Small Boat Sailing," and essays such as "The Human Drift" and an introduction to Two Years Before The Mast. Condition: Light wear to points else very good to fine lacking dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Wenn Ich In Mein Gartchen Geh ( When I Go Into My Garden )

      George W. Dietrich , Munich 1917 - Alte und Neue Kinderreime Fur KInder. In German. ( Old and New Nursery Rhymes for Children, Chosen by Stora Max.) Special Limited Edition, No. 19 of 150 Leatherbound Copies. ((Stuck-Villa catalog No.468.) Originally published in London in 1913, titled "Mother Goose Rhymes". 13 color plates, including frontispiece, 80 B&W illustrations in-text. Tipped-in plates have lace-like tissue guards, with overall gilt pattern. On laid paper, top edges gilt. Clean and tight, no markings or writing. The loose front and rear endpapers have narrow brown edging, which has transferred to opposite front and rear inner board. The limitation page is in the rear, after the index. Binding is in bright green leather, gilt-edged, clean and bright, spine is sunned and faded to light brown. ( Photos on request.) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Sinclairs Notizbuch.

      8, 108 (4) S., 4 farb. Abb., HLwd. goldgeprägtem Rücken, Kanten etwas berieben, innen sauber EA. (W/G2 127), Nr. 24 von 100 Ex. (insgesamt 1100 Exemplare der Luxusausgabe) Das Impressum und die 4 farbigen Abbildungen vom Autor signiert. - Vorwort: Die Aufsätze und Dichtungen dieses kleinen Buches sind in den Jahren 1917 bis 1920 geschrieben, und die Mehrzahl von ihnen ist damals in Zeitungen und Zeitschriften unter dem Pseudonym Emil Sinclair erschienen, unter welchem ich damals den Roman Demian erscheinen liess...

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        Op. 22]. Vier Lieder op. 22 für Gesang und Orchester Vereinfachte Studier- und Dirigierpartitur (Hiezu ein Vorwort). [Short score]

      Universal-Edition [PN U.E. 6060], Wien. Leipzig 1917 - Oblong folio. Original publisher's green printed wrappers. [i] (title), [ii] (table of contents: the four songs with credits for their texts and specification of performing forces), [iii]-[iv] (preface by Schoenberg), 5-16 pp. Printed footnote to first page of each song (pp. 5, 10, 12-left corner; p. 15-right corner) and with "Stich und Druck von F.M. Geidel, Leipzig" to right of p. 5.Titling of upper wrapper identical with title. The preface, "Die vereinfachte Studier- und Dirigier-Partitur," explains the experimental layout of the score, which is basically a short score.Browned; slightly worn; dampstained at upper margin; to center of upper edge. First Edition, first issue of the complete cycle. Rare. Rufer (Engl.) pp. 40-41. Ringer p. 314. Tetsuo Satoh pp. 15-16. According to the website of the Arnold Schönberg Center, Vienna, the second issue (1920) is printed on paper of better quality and slightly larger format (259 x 337 mm vs. 264 x 337 mm).The second of the songs, "Alle, welche die suchen," was published previously in the avant-garde periodical Zeit-Echo: Ein Kriegs-Tagebuch der Künstler, vol. 14 (Munich-Berlin: Graphik-Verlag, 1915), pp. 206-09. The Four Songs of op. 22 were Schoenberg's last composition before his seven-year hiatus as a composer, which ended only with his development of dodecaphony. They are set to texts by Ernest Dowson (1867-1900), in German translation by Stefan George (1868-1933) and Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926). The title does not specify a register for the vocal part, but a soprano is implied."Schoenberg's 'simplified score for study and conducting' is supposed to resemble, in its appearance, a piano reduction for two or four?if necessary, also for six or eight?hands. The simplified notation of an orchestral score, however, is not the result of a [similar] simplification of the orchestra. The fact that similar sonorities are written in completely different ways makes reading more difficult, and Schoenberg never reverted to this manner of notation." Agnes Grond, website of the Arnold Schönberg Center, Vienna. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        [Op. 22]. Vier Lieder op. 22 für Gesang und Orchester Vereinfachte Studier- und Dirigierpartitur (Hiezu ein Vorwort). [Short score]

      Wien... Leipzig: Universal-Edition [PN U.E. 6060], November 7, 1917. Oblong folio. Original publisher's green printed wrappers. [i] (title), [ii] (table of contents: the four songs with credits for their texts and specification of performing forces), [iii]-[iv] (preface by Schoenberg), 5-16 pp. Printed footnote to first page of each song (pp. 5, 10, 12--left corner; p. 15--right corner) and with "Stich und Druck von F.M. Geidel, Leipzig" to right of p. 5. Titling of upper wrapper identical with title. The preface, "Die vereinfachte Studier- und Dirigier-Partitur," explains the experimental layout of the score, which is basically a short score. Browned; slightly worn; dampstained at upper margin; to center of upper edge. First Edition, first issue of the complete cycle. Rare. Rufer (Engl.) pp. 40-41. Ringer p. 314. Tetsuo Satoh pp. 15-16. According to the website of the Arnold Schönberg Center, Vienna, the second issue (1920) is printed on paper of better quality and slightly larger format (259 x 337 mm vs. 264 x 337 mm). The second of the songs, "Alle, welche die suchen," was published previously in the avant-garde periodical Zeit-Echo: Ein Kriegs-Tagebuch der Künstler, vol. 14 (Munich-Berlin: Graphik-Verlag, 1915), pp. 206-09. The Four Songs of op. 22 were Schoenberg's last composition before his seven-year hiatus as a composer, which ended only with his development of dodecaphony. They are set to texts by Ernest Dowson (1867-1900), in German translation by Stefan George (1868-1933) and Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926). The title does not specify a register for the vocal part, but a soprano is implied. "Schoenberg's 'simplified score for study and conducting' is supposed to resemble, in its appearance, a piano reduction for two or four--if necessary, also for six or eight--hands... The simplified notation of an orchestral score, however, is not the result of a [similar] simplification of the orchestra... The fact that similar sonorities are written in completely different ways makes reading more difficult, and Schoenberg never reverted to this manner of notation." Agnes Grond, website of the Arnold Schönberg Center, Vienna.

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        [Op 22] Vier Lieder op 22 für Gesang und Orchester Vereinfachte Studier- und Dirigierpartitur (Hiezu ein Vorwort) [Short score]

      Wien... Leipzig: Universal-Edition [PN U.E. 6060], 1917. First Edition, first issue of the complete cycle. Rare. Rufer (Engl.) pp. 40-41. Ringer p. 314. Tetsuo Satoh pp. 15-16. According to the website of the Arnold Schönberg Center, Vienna, the second issue (1920) is printed on paper of better quality and slightly larger format (259 x 337 mm vs. 264 x 337 mm). The second of the songs, "Alle, welche die suchen," was published previously in the avant-garde periodical Zeit-Echo: Ein Kriegs-Tagebuch der Künstler, vol. 14 (Munich-Berlin: Graphik-Verlag, 1915), pp. 206-09. The Four Songs of op. 22 were Schoenberg's last composition before his seven-year hiatus as a composer, which ended only with his development of dodecaphony. They are set to texts by Ernest Dowson (1867-1900), in German translation by Stefan George (1868-1933) and Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926). The title does not specify a register for the vocal part, but a soprano is implied. "Schoenberg's 'simplified score for study and conducting' is supposed to resemble, in its appearance, a piano reduction for two or four?if necessary, also for six or eight?hands... The simplified notation of an orchestral score, however, is not the result of a [similar] simplification of the orchestra... The fact that similar sonorities are written in completely different ways makes reading more difficult, and Schoenberg never reverted to this manner of notation." Agnes Grond, website of the Arnold Schönberg Center, Vienna.. Oblong folio. Original publisher's green printed wrappers. [i] (title), [ii] (table of contents: the four songs with credits for their texts and specification of performing forces), [iii]-[iv] (preface by Schoenberg), 5-16 pp. Printed footnote to first page of each song (pp. 5, 10, 12-left corner; p. 15-right corner) and with "Stich und Druck von F.M. Geidel, Leipzig" to right of p. 5. Titling of upper wrapper identical with title. The preface, "Die vereinfachte Studier- und Dirigier-Partitur," explains the experimental layout of the score, which is basically a short score. Browned; slightly worn; dampstained at upper margin; to center of upper edge.

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        Complete Atlas of China - Containing separate Maps of Eighteen Provinces of China Proper on scale of 1:3,000,000 and Four Great Dependencies on the scale of 1: 7,500,000 together with Index to all Names on Maps Latitude and Longitude of each Place

      The China Inland Mission. Hardcover. China Inland Mission; London, 1917. Hardcover. Second edition. Good, small red bleed from spine cloth to page edge, into margin only, to 1st half of book else light general foxing/use w/previous owners name/place [H C Faxon, Peking], maps all accounted for. Fo[folio or approx. 12 × 19 inches], V-22 pp. maps, 16 pp. index, with 22 double page colour maps. We pack securely and ship daily with delivery confirmation on every book. The picture on the listing page is of the actual book for sale. Additional Scan(s) are available for any item, please inquire. . Good. 1917.

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        Fight or Buy Bonds. Third Liberty Loan

      Boston: Forbes, 1917. Original poster. Lithograph. Measures 30 x 40". This beautifully-rendered World War I-era poster is a fine example of the work of Howard Chandler Christy, one of the foremost illustrators of wartime posters in the US. This poster features one of the artist's typical "Christy Girls" waving an American flag with a backdrop of storming troops behind her. The scene is rendered in a watercolor-like style that likely contributed greatly to the poster's effectiveness in motivating American citizens to support the war effort.<br><br>The poster was released by Third Liberty Loan, which was the largest fund-raising effort in American history to that date. The poster is in good condition with minor edge wear near the top right edges. Fold along center of poster. A lovely example of Christy's work and an icon of the World War I era.<br><br> Howard Chandler Christy (1873-1952) was an American magazine illustrator who gained a reputation for military scenes thanks to pictures he made during the Spanish-American War. His World War I posters were incredibly popular as well, particular in his distinct depiction of charming women with strong values.

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        Carnet d'un permissionnaire

      Paris: Chez Devambez]. 1917. First. First edition. Text by Roger Boutet de Monvel. Illustrations by Guy Arnoux. Oblong 16mo. Stitched illustrated wrappers. Chipping and dampstaining pretty much contained to the wrappers, which are detached, thus good only, internally about fine. Wonderfully satiric text with 11 illustrations in color inspired by World War One. .

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        Rhododendrons

      1917. First Edition . Signed. MILLAIS, John Guille. Rhododendrons. WITH: Rhododendrons, Second Series. London: Longmans, Green, 1917, 1924. Two volumes. Tall folio, original maroon cloth gilt. $3800.Limited first editions, number 214 and 114, respectively, of only 550 copies each, together copiously illustrated with 114 plates, 34 in color. Signed by Millais on both title pages and dated 1928, with the prospectus for the second series laid in.Son of the well-known Sir John Everett Millais, President of the Royal Academy, John Guille Millais was noted for his animal and botanical drawings. This wonderful two-volume set lists all known species of the genus Rhododendron (including Azaleas) and 484 hardy hybrids raised in Europe at that time. Prospectus for the second series laid in. Nissen II:1369. See Houfe, 230. Prospectus slightly foxed. An impressive production in excellent condition.

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        Munitions Design Commitee, Small Arms Section December 1915 to August 1917

      - 4to., unpaginated 200+ pages, 228 minutes recorded, some just a paragraph others several pages with a 4 page index and 6 page manuscript additions. A variety of weapons are designed and covered including Lewis machine Guns, ammunition, sights mountings, rifles, bayonets, Vickers guns etc., (A digital photograph of the index can be sent on request). The whole is bound in the original cloth binding, paper title label to upper cover, head and tail of spine worn and rubbing to corners. The name Colonel G.H.SD. Brown written on top margin of many of the reports and occasional notes and numbers written to margins. Colonel Browne was chairman of many of the meetings. A rare and important research item of the weapons of WWI

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        Applied Motion Study

      1917. First Edition . Signed. GILBRETH, Frank B. and GILBRETH, L.M. Applied Motion Study. A Collection of Papers on the Efficient Method to Industrial Preparedness. New York: Sturgis &amp; Walton, 1917. Octavo, original burgundy cloth. $2200.First edition, presentation copy, of this important work on industrial efficiency, inscribed to the first United States Secretary of Commerce: “For Secretary Redfield with the compliments of Frank B. Gilbreth. Oct. 19, 1917.”Perhaps best known for their portrayals in the book and movie Cheaper by the Dozen, husband and wife team Frank and Lillian Gilbreth were, in real life, pioneers of efficiency study and management. Frank Gilbreth, though lacking formal education, was an inventor and management engineer. Lillian, on the other hand, was highly educated as a psychologist and an industrial engineer. Indeed, she was one of the first working women engineers to hold a Ph.D. Together, they pioneered the field of scientific management, making great strides in the area of efficiency. This work concentrates on the way that worker output can be maximized by eliminating wasteful activity and implementing routine. The book was inscribed to the first Secretary of Commerce, William C. Redfield. Redfield was an iron and steel executive and author of a book, The New Industrial Day. GilbrethÂ’s work was central to the RedfieldÂ’s professional life in all of his roles, as GilbrethÂ’s main focus was on generating maximum output and profits through his motion study. Ex-libris Library of Congress with associated stamps and bookplates, as well as evidence of pocket and spine label removal.Interior generally fine, only slightest rubbing to cloth. A near-fine copy, most desirable inscribed and with such an interesting association.

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        The EDITH CAVELL NURSE From MASSACHUSETTS. A Record of One Year's Personal Service with the British Expeditionary Force in France. Boulogne - The Somme. 1916 - 1917. With an Account of the Imprisonment, Trial, and Death of Edith Cavell.; Plus Small Lot of Related Ephemera.

      Boston: W. A. Butterfield, (1917). xiii, [3], 95, [1 (blank)] pp. "Correspondence" - 15, [1] pp.Frontis. Facsimile. Internal plate. 16mo. 7" x 4-3/4". "Correspondence": 13" x 8-3/8" VG+/VG (some light soiling/bit of edge chipping). Postcards generally VG. Photograph - spots of browning, VG; envelope - worn, About VG. "Correspondence" - light age-toning, VG.

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        Gesammelte Arbeiten über Prothesenbau, Zeitschrift für Orthopadische Chirurgie, XXXVII band mit 750 Textabbildungen

      Gesammelte Arbeiten über Prothesenbau, Zeitschrift für Orthopadische Chirurgie, XXXVII band mit 750 Textabbildungen 1917 - 833pp [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        PISTOLS FOR TWO.

      New York:: Knopf,. 1917.. First edition. Written with George Jean Nathan. SIGNED by Mencken on front endpaper, "to George W. Myers Jr." A small pamphlet--paperwraps printed in black. Plain spine a little faded and small portion at bottom (about 1/8 inch) missing. Cover just starting to separate a bit at ends. Otherwise very good with corners a little worn. Scarce signed. .

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        Ein Landarzt. Kleine Erzählungen.

      8, 198 S., 2 Bl., HLdr. m Kopfgoldschnitt u. goldgeprägtem Rückentitel, Lesebändchen., Deckel berieben, minimale Wasserränder, partiell gebräunt, kleine Fehlstelle am Rückenfuss fachfrauisch repariert, ansonsten sauberes Exemplar. (W/G2 6). Raabe 146.6. - Die Erzählung Der Landarzt entstand im Jahr 1917 und wurde 1918 erstmals in Die neue Dichtung - Ein Almanach des Kurt Wolff Verlags veröffentlicht. Sie war namensgebend für den vorliegenden Erzählband, in dem sie neben dreizehn weiteren Prosatexten enthalten ist.Mit beiliegendem, beiliegendem Waschzettel für Der Jüngste Tag.

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